[The Star] - Defender James O'Connor and midfielders Mark Wilson and James Coppinger will tackle the 62-mile Inca Trail in the Andes in the latest in a series of fundraising efforts on behalf of the club's chosen charity, the NSPCC. “It's been a long time in the
[The Star] - Bids have already been turned down for Billy Sharp and James Coppinger from Ipswich Town as manager Sean O'Driscoll looks to build on last year's team rather than shedding players. O'Kelly said all positions are under review if someone better becomes
[The Star (press release)] - Ipswich Town manager Paul Jewell has admitted his disappointment at missing out on Doncaster Rovers duo Billy Sharp and James Coppinger. Jewell has made no secret of his desire to sign a proven goalscorer for next season with promotion very much in the
[The Star] will be at the Trespass Store (Inca Trek kit sponsors) at the Lakeside Village Shopping Outlet tomorrow at 1pm. Fans are welcome and there will be opportunities for autographs and photos with the three - Mark Wilson, James Coppinger and James O'Connor.
[Vitalfootball] - Rovers were quickly back in action on the Tuesday and a superb hat trick by James Coppinger saw off Norwich City 3-1 at the Keepmoat. Rovers renewed acquaintances with Leeds United on the Friday night in front of the live Sky TV cameras.
[Doncaster Today] - Doncaster Rovers stars Mark Wilson, James O'Connor and James Coppinger, along with seven other staff members and fans, are starting their Inca Trek challenge in aid of the NSPCC on Sunday. While most players across the country are looking forward to
[Vitalfootball] - The likes of Forest's Nathan Tyson, Exeter City's Liam Sercombe and Dundee United's Craig Conway have all been linked in recent weeks, whilst the Blues had previously had a £ bid rejected for Doncaster Rovers' midfielder James Coppinger.
[Lancashire Telegraph] - DONCASTER ROVERS insist any clubs wanting to sign Billy Sharp and James Coppinger must come up with at least £4m before they will open talks. REAL MADRID are interested in ARSENAL defender Bacary Sagna. CHELSEA are confident they will be able to prise
[Doncaster Today] - “He's proven he can be an asset for us if he stays fit.” * To read O'Driscoll's verdict on Ipswich's failed bid for Billy Sharp and James Coppinger, and details of Rovers' retained list, see today's Free Press.
[The Star] at Keepmoat Stadium following its fantastic success, said a club spokesman. The Inca Trek is an 11-day mission on which Rovers players Mark Wilson, James Coppinger and James O'Connor, plus non-playing staff and three supporters face a gruelling hike.
[Doncaster Today] - O'Driscoll was on a scouting mission in Spain today when he spoke to the Free Press about Mason, Rovers' retained list and Ipswich's rejected bid for Billy Sharp and James Coppinger. See tomorrow's Free Press for the full story.
[South Yorkshire Times] - DONCASTER Rovers have reportedly denied receiving a bid from Ipswich Town for key duo Billy Sharp and James Coppinger. Speculation has been rife linking Sharp with a move away from the Keepmoat this summer, with figures around £2.5m rumoured.